Police who believe a body discovered in bushland in Australia is that of a missing British man are expected to begin a recovery operation today.
Gary Tweddle, 23, has not been seen since he disappeared after a work dinner during a conference in the Blue Mountains nearly seven weeks ago.
The computer salesman, who had emigrated to Australia with his family, was last heard from when he rang colleagues also staying at the Fairmont Resort in Leura on 17th July 2013 to say he was lost in the bushland.
Police said a body believed to be Mr Tweddle was spotted by an ambulance rescue helicopter during a training exercise near bushland in Leura at about 4pm local time yesterday.
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